Reports of Cases Argued and Determined Before the Committees of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council: Appointed to Hear Appeals and Petitions. 1829-, Volume 1
J. & W. T. Clarke, 1831 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 260 - We did, by certain letters patent under the Great Seal of Our United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, bearing date at Westminster the...
Page 389 - ... free and clear of all incumbrances done by him, or any claiming by, from, or under him, and...
Page 318 - Raja will be administered by him, and he will be bound to establish a system of justice and order; the rest of the country will be held by the Honourable Company.
Page 77 - will not assist a man, who is capable of taking care of his own interest, except in cases where he has been imposed upon, by deceit, against which ordinary prudence could not protect him. If a person of ordinary understanding, on whom no fraud has been practised, makes an imprudent bargain, no court of justice can release him from it.1 Inadequacy of consideration is not a substantial ground for setting aside a conveyance of property.
Page 411 - On the other hand, if at the time of the sale the seller knows, not only that the person who is nominally dealing with him is not principal but agent, and also knows who the principal really is, and notwithstanding all that knowledge, chooses to make the agent his debtor, dealing with him and him alone; then...
Page 316 - ... governor, but who had been permitted to reside under military surveillance in his own house in the city, in which the seizure was made, and which was at a distance from the scene of actual hostilities...
Page 317 - Candeish under the personal command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Hislop. A force under General Munro is reducing the Carnatic, and a force from Bombay is taking the forts in the Concun and occupying -.hat country so that in a short time no trace of Bajee Row will remain.
Page 29 - An Act for the better securing the Liberty of the Subject, and for Prevention of Imprisonments beyond the Seas.
Page 58 - That the Supreme Court has no power Or authority to issue a writ of habeas corpus, except when directed either to a person resident within those local limits wherein such court has a general jurisdiction, or to a person out of such local limits, who is personally subject to the civil and criminal jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. " That the Supreme Court has no power or authority to issue a writ of habeas cnrjms to the gaoler or officer of a native court...
Page 375 - Titii faceret, nihil agetur; nam et si procuratori meo rem tradideris ut meam faceres, is hac mente acceperit ut suam faceret, nihil agetur.